Telangana, Hyderabad and Andhra Pradesh, India Coronavirus LIVE Updates Today 5 November 2020
Telangana, Hyderabad and Andhra Pradesh, India Coronavirus Live Updates: Telangana has 18,100 coronavirus active cases, while Andhra Pradesh has 21,438.
Coronavirus Live Updates Today 5 November 2020: The Hans India blog provides you the latest Coronavirus Cases news from India, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh. You can find all the Live updates from India and abroad as they break. Check for the latest news here.
Coronavirus in Telangana as on 4 November Telangana recorded 1,637 new coronavirus cases, 1,273 recoveries, and 6 deaths in the last 24 hours taking the total number of cases to 2,44,143 including 2,24,686 recoveries, 1,357 deaths, and 18,100 active cases: State Health Department.
Coronavirus in Andhra Pradesh as on 4 November Andhra Pradesh reports 2,477 new coronavirus cases taking total positive cases in the State to 8,33,208. There are 21,438 active cases and 8,05,026 recovered cases in the State; the death toll is at 6,744, as per State Health Department.
Coronavirus in India as on 5 November With 50,209 new coronavirus infections, India's total cases surge to 83,64,086. With 704 new deaths, toll mounts to 1,24,315. Total active cases are 5,27,962 after a decrease of 5,825 in last 24 hrs. Total cured cases are 77,11,809 with 55,331 new discharges in the last 24 hrs.
Weather in Hyderabad will be 29 Degrees in the morning and at its lowest at 19 Degree during the night. Sunrise in Hyderabad will be at 6:16 AM and will set at 5:44 PM. Humidity in Hyderabad on November 5 will be 73% and Air Quality will be Fair with 135 AQI.
Weather in Vijayawada will be 33 Degree during the day and at its lowest at 24 Degree during the night. Sunrise in Vijayawada will be at 6:06 AM and will set at 5:35 PM. Humidity in Vijayawada on November 5 will be 97% and Air Quality will be Fair with 133 AQI.
Islamic Prayer Timings in Hyderabad as on November 5 (18 Rabi ul Awal, 1442); Fajr: 5:02 AM; Sunrise: 6:15 AM; Dhuhr: 12:00 PM; Asr: 3:18 PM; Maghrib: 5:44 PM; Isha: 06:58 PM
- 5 Nov 2020 8:06 AM GMT
Prakash Javadekar said - the world should take action on climate change, we are determined to reduce carbon emissions
New Delhi: Union Climate, Forest and Climate Change Minister Prakash Javadekar said in 'India CEO Forum for Climate Change', "Climate change is a very important issue and global action is needed. We have ensured in the Paris Agreement that we Reduce carbon emissions by 35 percent. "
He said that India is talking about climate change. India follows 2 degrees in action and contribution. We are talking to world leaders and other countries and asking them to comply with the Paris Agreement.
- 5 Nov 2020 5:54 AM GMT
A fire broke out at the Visakhapatnam steel plant in TPC-2 on Wednesday morning. The massive fire accident occurred when the turbine oil leaked. In the accident, 1.2 MW of electric motors were burnt resulting in property damage, which is estimated at around Rs 2 crore. Fire crews descended on the field and put out the blaze while the authorities are investigating the accident. Full details of the fire are yet to be known.
- 5 Nov 2020 5:49 AM GMT
Andhra Pradesh weather: With the surface periodicity continues from the southeastern Bay of Bengal to the southwestern Bay of Bengal, the weather department has predicted rains in two Telugu states for the next three days. The Meteorological Department has made a statement to this extent. Read Full Story
- 5 Nov 2020 5:02 AM GMT
Andhra Pradesh News: Ahead of Andhra Pradesh assembly sessions likely to begin in second week of November, the AP cabinet meeting is scheduled today to discuss the implementation of welfare schemes starting this month, along with the damage caused by floods in the state. Read Full Story
- 5 Nov 2020 3:57 AM GMT
Telangana News: Coronavirus cases in Telangana went up to 2,45,602 with the record of 1,539 fresh cases in the last 24 hours and the death toll reached 1,362 with five new deaths due to the virus. As many as 978 persons recovered from the virus in a single pushing the count to 2,25,664. Read Full Story